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Anatomy.tv This link opens in a new window
Primal Pictures resources are the world’s most medically accurate and detailed 3D graphic renderings of human anatomy. With benchmark anatomy, physiology, and clinical content, Anatomy.tv, the Primal Pictures 3D anatomy model, was built using real scan data from the visible human project, and has been carefully segmented to create an unparalleled level of detail and accuracy.
Complete Anatomy This link opens in a new window
Human anatomy 3-D platform provides access to over 17,000 structures, bone mapping, muscle movement, and more.
Account setup and download information.
e-Anatomy This link opens in a new window
Interactive human anatomy atlas. Designed for use by doctors, radiologists, students, & medical imaging specialists.
SMART Imagebase This link opens in a new window
Collection of 20,000+ illustrations & animations on anatomy, physiology, surgery, diseases, conditions, trauma, embryology, histology, & more.
Things to Note
To connect to content from UAB Libraries, it is best to start on our website. You can search our collections from the front page without a login. However, when you click to access an article or Ebook or if you start at a database, you will be asked to login. Just type your Blazer ID and password to connect.
At some point you will run into an article you need but we don't have. To solve this problem we have InterLibrary Loan. This service will allow you borrow the article from another library and have it emailed to you. All you have to do is start the request and provide as much information as you can.
Need help? You can contact me or chat with another librarian anytime you need help. Need something more than the answer to a quick question? Make an appointment with me where we can sit down and go over your questions about research or citations without interruption.
Reference Librarian & Liaison to the School of Education